A secluded fishing shack at Milanesia Creek on day six.
Most of the walk up to this point on day six is along gravel roads through farmland and rural residential blocks. It's definitely easy walking, and the countryside is quite pleasant, but you're not bushwalking by any stretch of the imagination. The scenery improves in the last kilometre or so before this Milanesia Creek crossing, as the walk down to the water is though a private wilderness reserve.
The creek crossing itself can be a bit tricky at high tide, and due to my impeccable timing I arrived just after a high king tide. Even after waiting for an hour or so I was lucky to escape without drenched boots.